Li Huaxin, the 8th Chinese Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, is leaving office three years after taking office.

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 Li Huaxin, the 8th Chinese Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, is leaving office three years after taking office.


According to the official website of the Chinese Embassy in Saudi Arabia on March 4, in recent days, Ambassador Li Huaxin paid a farewell visit to Mildad, Deputy Minister of Political and Economic Affairs of Saudi Foreign Ministry, Ras, Tamim, Deputy Minister of Consular Affairs, Azam, Assistant Secretary of Political and Economic Affairs and Amdi, Director of Asia.

The source said that Ambassador Li Huaxin sincerely thanked Saudi Arabia, especially his colleagues from the Saudi Foreign Ministry, for their strong support for the work of the Chinese Embassy and Consulate in Saudi Arabia, expressed confidence in the bright future of Sino-Saudi relations, and would continue to pay attention to the development of bilateral relations after leaving Saudi Arabia, wishing Saudi Arabia further prosperity and prosperity.

It also means that Li Huaxin will leave office three years after he served as Chinas ambassador to Saudi Arabia.

Li Huaxin graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University with a bachelors degree and studied in the SEF program at Harvard Universitys Kennedy School of Government in 2012, according to his official resume. After joining the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1983, Li Huaxin worked successively in the West Asia and North Africa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Chinese Embassies in Iraq, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, and was promoted step by step in diplomatic ranks. He was successively appointed Deputy Director, Director, Counsellor and Deputy Director. Since 2005, Li Huaxin has been Chinas ambassador to Iraq, and then Chinas ambassador to Syria in 2007. In 2011, Li Huaxin returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Ambassador of the West Asia and North Africa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Vice-Director of the Innovation Practice Committee of Senior Diplomats of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2013, Li Huaxin was appointed to the post of Consul General (Ambassador) of New China in Sydney by Australia. Three years later, in May 2016, Li Huaxin succeeded Li Chengwen as the 8th Chinese Ambassador to Saudi Arabia. Source: Peng Mei News Author: Jiang Ziwens Responsible Editor: Su Hongyong_NBJ9980

Li Huaxin graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University with a bachelors degree and studied in the SEF program at Harvard Universitys Kennedy School of Government in 2012, according to his official resume.

After joining the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1983, Li Huaxin worked successively in the West Asia and North Africa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Chinese Embassies in Iraq, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, and was promoted step by step in diplomatic ranks. He was successively appointed Deputy Director, Director, Counsellor and Deputy Director.

Since 2005, Li Huaxin has been Chinas ambassador to Iraq, and then Chinas ambassador to Syria in 2007. In 2011, Li Huaxin returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Ambassador of the West Asia and North Africa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Vice-Director of the Innovation Practice Committee of Senior Diplomats of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In 2013, Li Huaxin was appointed to the post of Consul General (Ambassador) of New China in Sydney by Australia. Three years later, in May 2016, Li Huaxin succeeded Li Chengwen as the 8th Chinese Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.